- A House Divided (2nd ed)
- INTRO:A House Divided is a strategic game of the American Civil War from 1861 through 1865.
- GAME SCALE: Each turn represents one month (or two in winter), each unit represents from 10,000 to 15,000 infantry or 7000 to 10,000 cavalry with an unknown ground scale and point-to-point movement.
- MINI-REVIEW: I'm not a real fan of this game but have it due to its ease of play. The rules show where to place the optional soft drinks and chips on the table. Optional rules are Crack infantry get to move like cavalry, battle restrictions by unit type (infantry, cavalry), Naval Evacuations, Union rail movement bonus, Union historical recruiting limitation, increased Union forces, first turn restriction, Fort Monroe, Confederate replacement training and Northern draft riots of 1863.
- CREDITS - 1989 Design: Frank Chadwick - Development: (1st ed) John Harshman, (2nd ed) Alan Emrich - Art: (1st) Paul R. Banner, (2nd ed) Steve Bryant
Game introductions in italics are directly from the game rules or game box.